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STMicroelectronics and Global Foundries to build new chip plant in France

The new project will receive “significant financial support” from the French government, as president Macron seeks to increase foreign investments in the country.

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Cisco announces plan to exit Russia and Belarus

After first suspending operations in March 2022, the networking company has formally announced it will be quitting Russia.

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Atos announces major restructuring plans in wake of CEO exit

The France-based IT company is exploring a potential separation into two publicly listed companies in order to increase focus on their respective markets.

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VPN providers flee Indian market ahead of new data rules

The Indian government directive mandates VPN providers store information about their customers for up to five years.

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Broadcom targets enterprise infrastructure with $61B VMware acquisition

The chipmaker’s acquisition of VMware is the latest in a lengthy string of high-ticket deals, as Broadcom moves to focus on its software portfolio.

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Samsung beats Intel as top semiconductor seller as overall demand rises

Intel lost its place atop the 2021 semiconductor revenue list to Samsung, as global demand and revenue in the chip sector rose, according to Gartner.

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Hot chip startup Ampere files for IPO

The data center chipmaker could be riding a wave of interest in its latest processors all the way to a public offering.

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Intel suspends all operations in Russia

The chipmaker becomes the latest technology company to halt business in Russia as a result of the ongoing war in Ukraine

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Arm to cut up to 15% of jobs following failed takeover by Nvidia

The chip designer is making major cuts to its workforce a month after its takeover by Nvidia fell apart.

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Wireless growth, IoT, and cars will drive semiconductor demand

Supply chain issues and talent retention remain top challenges for chip makers, according to KPMG.

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About that 'alarming' chip shortage — don't count on new fab plants to help quickly

A US Commerce Department report says the computer chip shortage is even worse than thought; at one point in 2021 there was just a five-day supply worldwide, and there's no sign the situation will improve anytime soon.

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Tech Resume Library: 27 downloadable templates for IT pros

A well-crafted resume will attract recruiters, HR pros and hiring managers, but getting it just right is a daunting task. To jump start the process, Insider Pro has assembled this collection of real resumes revamped by professional...

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CEO Gelsinger shakes up Intel

Big changes at Intel include two new business units and splitting of an existing one to focus on data center, networking, and software.

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Intel’s $20 billion bet on advanced fabrication

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is going forward with Intel's chip-foundry business, with plans later this year to announce its expansion in the US and Europe.

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Open source, programmability, and as-a-service play a big role in future networks

As networks rely more on software, industry experts expect open-source to play a role in Layer 2 and 3 functionality, and that data-centers will rely more on cloud-like services.

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Scientists work to lower costs of using quantum computers

Superconductor researchers at MIT are working on the nano-cryotron, a computer switch that could reduce the cost of making and running quantum computers.

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16 technology winners and losers, post-COVID

The coronavirus crisis has shaken up business as usual, with some IT strategies and tools rising to the occasion and others in line for a rethink or tough recovery post-pandemic.

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AWS chief Andy Jassy gets top job at Amazon as CEO Bezos steps down

The surprise announcement that Jeff Bezos will leave later this year and hand over the reins to AWS leader Andy Jassy marks a remarkable rise for Jassy. He began as a marketing manager in 1997 and started AWS in 2003.

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